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Mississippi Church-State Social Service Partnerships Study

The Mississippi Church/State Partnerships in Social Service Delivery Study by John P. Bartkowski with Helen A. Regis had two purposes. One was to examine the poverty relief efforts undertaken in 30 religious congregations located in northeastern Mississippi after the 1996 Welfare Reform Act. The Act made it possible for churches to compete for public funds to meet the needs of impoverished citizens. The other was to use that data to explore the prospects for ongoing church-state partnerships. Read a summary of findings; access links to other reports from the project; and explore resources that address Charitable Choice.

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